- Nov 4, 2002
Here's a couple pics of my G. alticeps still in her molting web that she decided to construct on top of her shelter.
Thanks James! They are terrestrial and in the genus Grammostola, although I've found both of mine to be a little more skittish than most G. roseas. Her color does tend to brown a little as she nears a molt.Originally posted by Tarantula Lover
wow! that T is awsome! is it arboreal? i may get one! awsome colors! Great pic!!
Originally posted by Tarantula Lover
are they easy to breed, good luck if you are!!
Thanks! I have a G. mollicoma and they are two separate species. You may have seen mollicoma listed as G. pulchripes. IMO G. alticeps looks somewhat like G. inermis, while G. mollicoma favors G. grossa.Originally posted by Big Dragonfly
Hey, this looks like a T that goes by the common name of Brazillian tawnyred. It's scientific name is/was G. mollicoma. Do you know if it was changed to alticeps?
It looks pretty girthy!